Are you an employer with staff returning to the office after a period of working from home? The next Wollens Employment & Business Club is scheduled for Friday 30th July 2021. The meeting will be focussing on topics that employers might be considering when planning for staff returning to the office. Run by Chamber Business Associates, the Wollens Employment & Business Club is designed for business owners and people who work in HR.
Free Employment & Business Club
Speakers include employment law expert Jon Dunkley and the meeting includes a chance for you to ask questions. The meeting will focus on topical employment issues that you might need to be considering at this time.
The Employment & Business Club is free to join and you can access to the following benefits:
- Informal webinars throughout the year via zoom, where you’ll be given relevant updates on employment and HR matters which might affect your business
- Monthly Employment Law news updates via email
- You’ll get the chance to ask questions and share experiences with our expert employment law team
- Free access to employment law documents and templates
Join Wollens at 9.00am on Friday 17th September, but please ensure you register direct with Wollens in advance for this meeting:
If the event has ended and you are interested in joining the Wollens Employment & Business Club you can visit the Wollens website to register for their mailing list & book future events:
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Best known for his employment work, Jon primarily advises businesses on their employment contracts, directors service agreements, and in relation to share and business acquisitions. He also litigates employment matters, regularly issuing and defending employment claims in the Tribunals and in the County and High Courts. He is a member of the Employment Law Association.
Jon can be contacted on 01271 342268 or via email.
Simon specialises in helping clients, with particular emphasis on clients in business, in resolving disputes and in employment-related matters. He provides advice to business clients across all sectors from manufacturing to farming, and from owner-managed businesses to multi-national businesses, on the full spectrum of commercial disputes.
Simon can be contacted on 01803 225123 or via email.